Psychology Should Aim For 100% Reproducibility

Last week, the Open Science Collaboration reported that only 36% of a sample of 100 claims from published psychology studies were succesfully replicated: Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science.

A reproducibility rate of 36% seems bad. But what would be a good value? Is it realistic to expect all studies to replicate? If not, where should we set the bar?

In this post I’ll argue that it should be 100%.

First off however, I’ll note that no single replication attemp

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